Kale, Sweet Potato, and Quinoa Patties. Vegan, and Gluten Free


I have playing around with this recipe, and this one is so tasty.  More and more Hubby is requesting Veggie meals. And for those of you who know him, know this is huge. And I haven’t forced him at all. I still buy him meat, from good farm shops, but more and more, the meat buying has lessened!! And he really liked these. He had his with baked beans. They are nice, and soft in the middle, and lovely and crispy on the outside. And they don’t absorb a lot of oil, so don’t let the frying put you off. You can bake them in the oven, but they come out a lot dryer, and I didn’t like it. These are great in Pita bread with Hummus too. I always double up, and make more to put in the freezer, uncooked. Defrost before cooking.


Kale, Sweet Potato, and Quinoa Patties

Makes 5-6 large burger sized Patties

I large sweet potato, roasted with the skin on, and cooled

2 cup cooked red, and white Quinoa. You can just use white or red, and 1 cup uncooked makes 2 cups cooked

2 cups finely chopped Kale. I used purple Chinese Seaweed Kale

2 TBSP milled Flaxseed, mixed with 3 TBSP water

½ cup ground gluten free oat. I just whizzed my regular oats in the blender to make them finer

I TSP grated Ginger

2 cloves Garlic

1 TSP Smoked Paprika

1 TSP Garam Masala Powder or paste

1 TSP Himalayan Salt

1 TSP Chilli Flakes (optional)

Coconut oil for shallow frying

Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl. I like to use my hands. Shape the patties into whatever size you want. Heat the oil, in a frying pan and fry the patties until they are brown on the outside.

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Healthy Vegan Breakfast Bowls

Bread addict of the century….that was me. Went from plastic white bread, to wholegrain, then to spelt, but I wanted to stop having it every day. It was so hard, and at first, I gave myself all the reasons why it was ok to eat it, even though it gave me the bloaty, windy stomach that goes with morning bread!!! Hot with butter and jam, or peanut butter, or Marmite, or Marmite, and Peanut Butter…try it it…it is yum!  And my skin didn’t like it at all. The gluten, and yeast aggravated my psoriasis a lot. So it was a fight, do it carry on for my skin or suffer it?!

But I had to break the cycle, and I did do it. I started slowly by replacing the bread with one of my breakfast health bowls. So many people ask me what I put in. So here are some picture, and a list of the ingredients..

And the bloat has gone and a huge improvement in the psoriasis

I am happy to say that bread is still on the breakfast menu but only on Sundays, yet sometimes I don’t want it, so back to my health bowls I go. These really fill me up, and I can do so many variations, and yes I do feel very virtuous., so I end up eating good nutritious food through the day.  Please don’t misunderstand, I don’t ‘diet’ or get obsessed with what not to eat, I enjoy everything I eat, be it a raw salad, or a bag of Cheese and Onion crisps!! I am enjoying the freedom this brings, so liberating!!!! Ohhhhh and the pictures get so many likes on Instagram.

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